The Star Online
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Plymouth Herald
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PLYMOUTH Argyle fans have leapt to the support of their Torquay United counterparts, who have created a petition to save the Gulls' Plainmoor home. The petition was set up on Thursday, April 21 and already has over 4,500 signatures with scores of the Green Army pitching in to support their Devon neighbours. Rumours have surfaced the lease on Plainmoor may be handed over to club owners Gaming International. A statement on the petition reads: Times like this we need to show the mayor...
Plymouth Herald
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If you ran the Plymouth half marathon then you're most likely find yourself in one of these great pictures of today's event. Photographer John Allen was out about snapping away at runners and spectators as they set off and crossed the finish line. See if you can find yourself...
ESPN Cricinfo - England
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Middlesex pushed on to a second declaration after Steven Finn's four-wicket haul and set Essex 452 or a day to survive at Lord's
The Economic Times
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Daily Mail - USA
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The Guardian
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TIME - Top Stories
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Polls opened Saturday in France's far-flung overseas territories such as Guadeloupe, French Polynesia and French Guiana. In Montreal on Saturday, thousands of French citizens waited in lines that stretched up to eight blocks long to cast their votes, with many saying they were motivated to help keep the far-right out of power. The interminable queue that lasted several hours was caused by lack of polling stations only one was set up for the estimated 57,000 registered French voters in Canada's most populous French-speaking city. One retired American in Paris urged her neighbors to make their voices count Sunday. I think that it's important that every French voter gets out and votes today ... did you see what happened in the United States? The same could happen here, said Renette Decicco, a 78-year-old out shopping for food.
The Huffington Post
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Manchester Evening News
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Western Morning News
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Fire crews tackled a major gorse fire on Woodbury Common on Sunday afternoon. The blaze started at around 2pm with fire engines from across Devon set to be at the scene of the incident throughout Sunday nightOne firefighter was taken to hospital to be treated for burns while four more were treated for smoke inhalation. Smoke could be seen from miles around with plumes spotted from as far as Exeter and Haldon Hill.The B3180 was closed between Halfway Inn and Four Firs. The public were asked to...
BBC Two England
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frame, he got down and played a blue into the centre quickly and then did not get the correct cannon on the pink. I just think Neil needs to set himself down a little. It is very rare that he misses a bit distance red like that. Yes
BBC Two England
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Looks to have the right angle on it to set up for the black. He has come a little bit straight on it for playing a cannon.
Sky News
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the polls are to be believed and we go from Brexit and from Trump that they can be wildly wrong, it seems set that if those two are going into the second round, Emmanuel Macron will win by a pretty.
BBC Two England
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first win here in Sheffield, he hasn't looked back since. Three times he has reached the one-table set-up and how that brilliant run to the final in 13. He is the season's World Grand Prix winner, he is the.
Mondoweiss
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To believe our lives are inextricably linked with others is lovely. To live out that belief can be hard. It becomes difficult to set priorities when so much is under attack. People make decisions about this all the time. With money: pay rent or buy food? With energy: fight for clean water or fight for racial equality? And in spite of knowing that these things overlap that environmental racism means one cannot fight for clean water without also fighting for racial equality, or that poverty means facing both food precarity and housing insecurity simultaneously we find ourselves making these choices nonetheless. There is simply not enough of ourselves to go around, and under inundation, even less. This may be why my poor white friends turned to Trump (“it’s about time we were seen”), why my white liberal friends turned to something else (“the world is ending”), my black friends of all socio-economic statuses turned to protest (“we have been here before”), and my undocumented students turned to sleeping in my office while ICE raided the Beach Flats.
Sky News
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It beats the previous best set by Radcliffe in Chicago in 2002 by 17 seconds. Ali Dixon was Britain's highest placed runner in 12th. She set a personal best time
Sky News
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Britain were defeated in both singles matches today. World number five Simona Halep - at the top of your screen - beat Johanna Konta in straight sets. After losing the first set 6-1, Konta took a 3-1 lead in the second. But Halep reeled off five straight games to take.
Southern Daily Echo
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Thousands of brave runners set off from Palmerston Park as part of the city's first full marathon for more than 30 years this morning. The Daily Echo will be keeping you updated throughout the day with pictures and updates on how our runners are getting on.
Sky News
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Moussa Dembele set up the first goal for Callum McGregor within 11 minutes. Dembele would later be forced off with a hamstring injury
Sky News
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Channel 4
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Celtic will play Aberdeen in next month's final. An estimated 40,000 runners have been taking part in this year's London Marathon. The number of competitors is likely to set a new record for the event. Britain's David Weir won his seventh London Marathon title.
Channel 4
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in the men's wheelchair race. Kenya's Mary Kitany set a new world record to win the women's race, while another Kenyan, Daniel Wanjiru, won the men's event
Breitbart News
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Bill O'Reilly will return to the airwaves six days after his departure from Fox News with a new podcast episode set to air Monday on his website.